Cades Cove, Great Smoky Mountains - One of the most travelled sections of the Great Smoky Mountains National Park is an 11-mile loop in Cades Cove.

Graveyard Ghosts: Ghost Hunting With Two Spirits At Primitive Church

Cades Cove, Great Smoky Mountains – One of the most traveled sections of the Great Smoky Mountains National Park is an 11-mile loop in Cades Cove. Famous for its fields of grazing horses, deer, and elk.

One can almost always spot a bear or two along the drive. It’s a photographer’s heaven with the beauty of the valley and the mountains that surround it.

Cades Cove had various groups of settlers throughout its history including some of European descent.

Many areas are considered haunted with the spirits lingering at the many cabins, churches, graveyards and wilderness. 

Graveyard Ghosts will take you on a ghost hunt inside one of the infamous primitive churches on the loop. Watch as two lingering spirits communicate and play a bit of mischief with a rock. A glimpse of the graveyard is included.

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